Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Authority to speak on Russian affairs on Wednesday nite • Weekend of March 28 to offer full schedule of entertainment • Sororities accept 21 bids during rushing week • J. Ulmer cast as Mr. Whiteside in spring dramatic production • Contest opens for Fogel essay prize • Pre-meds schedule roentgenologist as speaker on Mar. 25 • Rehearsals begin for operetta cast of veteran singers • Ursinus to attend model UN session for local colleges • St. Patty's Day dance sponsored by French students tonight • Ruby to sponsor basketball game between men and women • Freshmen debate Norristown High • Reporter uncovers facts concerning life of Ireland's beloved St. Patrick • Legal society offers opportunity to gain knowledge of profession • George Allen scheduled to speak to German Club Tuesday night • Student council presidents head Red Cross campaign at Ursinus • Advice to coeds: turn your dreams into a May pageant • Minstrel show planned by WAA as benefit to finance athletic teams • Jayvees drop 21-17 decision to coeds from Chestnut Hill • A hundred hopefuls to seek varsity baseball, track berths as coaches summon candidates for initial spring practices • 60 baseballers accept new coaches' call to '47 diamond activity • Gurzynski is greeted by record turnout in first coaching task • Varsity bows to Chestnut Hill, 37-35, in close encounter • Over 200 attend varied activities of religious program

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Michael Karpovitch, sororities, John Ulmer, Curtain Club, model United Nations, operetta, Edwin M. Fogel, pre-medical society, A. Maxwell Sharpe, French Club, Ruby, legal society, Debating Club, German Club, Red Cross, May Day pageant, basketball, track team, baseball, Women's Athletic Association, Religion in Life Week


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 16.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 17, 1947



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